Ralph’s S13 Silvia

Tomoyuki (Ralph)  has owned this car for roughly 10 years. It was purchased as a completely stock base model A/T car. Over the years, it was converted to M/T, engine exchanged and overhauled, and aftermarket parts installed. Below we will go over the setup in detail in the Car Setup. He is usually seen drifting at events!
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Kazuki’s JZX100 Chaser

A quick write-up. I have always really enjoyed his JZX100. The ride height and wheel fitment is perfect! This fitment is something not seen too often in the U.S. Here, it seems to be either the following: tires are too stretch/not stretched enough, ride height/rake is off, or wheels are too sunk in or way too far out. To me, Kazuki did it right…
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Yusuke’s 4Door S13

I have been friends with Yusuke for quite some time now from when he was running the Silvia. In this post, we will be discussing his “4Door S13” and the back story of how it began. It has become popular worldwide but especially having interest in the U.S. I figured people would enjoy how it became and what it is now and since he is running an Executive Eleven sticker, I couldn’t help myself! lol
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TKKT’s Mark-II

He has owned his MarkII for some time now and I must say, it is a very clean example. The JZX seems to be an extremely popular choice in Japan. So much so, that some people go with the C35 Nissan Laurel because it isn’t seen as much. If you aren’t too sure on what that car is, you can read about one here: (https://exec-11.us/2016/12/22/shos-c35-laurel/). On top of all that, the aftermarket support for these is almost unlimited, similar to the Nissan S-Chassis. Overall, he has done a very good job with his car. It’s extremely clean over all. Comfortable/usable interior with a low stance! On top of that, he drifts his car occasionally. You’ll see some differences in the few varients of the JZX100 chassis options as I will be writing about a JZX100 Cresta next week.
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